Duffy Randall is an assistant professor in UNO's School of Social Work.
teaching is concentrated in the advanced graduate program, primarily in the areas of teaching the theory and practice of therapy with adults, families, and groups.
In addition, she
teaches the course on research methods in clinical practice, and courses in health/mental health and sexuality.
research interests include mental health practice with the deaf and hard of hearing, and research on attachment issues and family structures.
Duffy Randall first taught at UNO in 1984 as an adjunct faculty member, serving in that role for 13 years.
From 1997 to 2002 she was an instructor, earning promotion to assistant professor in 2002.
She also has taught at Creighton University and the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
She received a bachelor's degree in 1974 from Michigan State University, her master's degree in social work from UNO in 1983 and her doctorate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2002.